People from all over the world – both old and new bread baking addicts – followed the World Bread Day 2009 invitation and baked.
264 265 entries! I read every single one and left a comment, where it was possible. It was very inspiring to see all these wonderful loaves of bread and also fun to discover new blogs. I highly recommend to visit not only the blogs of your friends but all of them. Its worth it.
I would like to thank to all the participants! Yes we baked!
Before you head to the roundup some houskeeping and then have fun discovering the huge basket filled with wonderful breads. Every single loaf is made with love!
The entries are sorted by country, then alphabetically by recipe name. The roundup is splitted up into 4 parts.
If you don’t find your entry on the roundup, it could be you did not fill in the submission form as requested or/and you forgot to link back in the body of your entry or I just somehow missed your submission. If you feel your entry should be on the roundup, please send me an email at kochtopf(at)gmail(dot)com mentioning your name, blog name, blog URL, name of the recipe and entry URL and country, and I will add it to the list.
World Bread Day 2009 – roundup
- World Bread Day 2009 – Yes we baked. – roundup – part 1 (A-G)
you find all entries from Argentina (2), Australia (5), Austria (2), Belgium (1), Brazil (4), Canada (5), Cyprus (1), France (11), Germany (26) and Greece (1)
- World Bread Day 2009 – Yes we baked. – roundup – part 2 (H-J)
you find all entries from Hong Kong (1), India (4), Israel, (1), Italy (60) and Japan (1)
- World Bread Day 2009 – Yes we baked. – roundup – part 3 (L-S)
you find all entries from Malaysia (1), Mexico (1), Netherlands (2), New Zealand (2), Norway (1), Poland (34), Portugal (16), Spain (38), and Switzerland (3)
- World Bread Day 2009 – Yes we baked. – roundup – part 4 (T-Z) (updated!)
you find all entries from Turkey (1), UK (6), Uruguay (1), USA (33) and Venezuela (1)
See you all again next year on October 16! If you can’t wait till then, you are cordially invited to join Bread Baking Day, a monthly event. Idania of El Aroma de Idania will reveal the new theme on October 30.
Please feel free to stick the logo on your blog, so anyone can see you participated.
Copy the following code in your blog:
World Bread Day 2009 – After Hours Party
If you decide to bake one of the listed bread, and I’m sure you will – please let us know about the result. Just leave a comment here – mentioning the link to your post – and a comment at the blog from where you have taken the recipe.
Entries will be accepted until end of December 2009.
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